Hearts winger Andy Driver has declared his international future to England after impressing for the U21s.
The winger, who played for Scotland at schoolboy level, was handed his first Under-21 cap for the Auld Enemy against Germany on Monday night.
And Oldham-born Driver produced an all-action display in the 1-1 draw to play himself into contention for Friday's European Championship semi-final with hosts Sweden.
He admitted: "I can't believe this issue has come up again because I just want to focus on this tournament.
"I think we can do well. We've got the quality to win it but we've got to take it a game at a time. I found out I was playing against Germany on the morning before the game. I had a feeling that I might get a chance. It was a case of the manager deciding to stick with the same team or go with other players.
"We had trained really hard so he decided to show faith in us. I felt the game went well. It was a big pitch and there were lots of chances to get on the ball.
"You enjoy having quality around you, and everyone reads the game so well. The manager thought I did well. I had not played for seven weeks so I was finding it hard to catch my breath."